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Lodge & Train at Rover Oaks Houston

For ages 16 weeks and older!

Our Lodge and Train is a great way for your pet to get one-on-one lessons with our Certified Professional Trainers while lodging with us at Rover Oaks! Your dog can enjoy daily sessions with our trainers and will learn behaviors that will help them become well-mannered members of your family. When it's time for your pet to go home, we will show you what your pet has learned and teach you how to keep reinforcing those skills so the learning continues.

2-Week Lodge & Train

Your pet will learn Sit, Down, Stay, Recall, and Loose Leash Walking. This program starts at $1,635 (includes 10 days of training, 14 nights of lodging, a one-hour transfer lesson and a complimentary bath in the doggie spa).

3-Week Lodge & Train

Your pet will learn Sit, Down, Stay, Recall, Loose Leash Walking, Leave It and Place. This program starts at $2,450 (includes 15 days of training, 21 nights of lodging, a one-hour transfer lesson and a complimentary bath in the doggie spa).

4-Week Lodge & Train

We start adding distractions to the behaviors your dog learned in weeks 1 – 3 and continuing behavior strengthening. This program starts at $3,210 (includes 20 days of training, 28 nights of lodging, a one-hour transfer lesson and a complimentary bath in the doggie spa).

Custom Lodge & Train

In addition to the important skills mentioned above, some dogs have particular behavior problems or need more work in specific areas. Our expert trainers are happy to create a Custom Lodge & Train program designed around the individual needs of you and your dog.

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Trainer kneeling and training spotted dog.

Problems With Your Dog Jumping?

Jumping Lodge & Train

We've created a special training program at Rover Oaks that specifically addresses unwanted jumping. Our Jumping Lodge & Train focuses on training behaviors geared specifically toward curbing unwanted jumping up and encouraging polite and calm behavior when greeting people. Our trainers then recreate practice scenarios that owners and their dogs are likely to encounter, including: greeting many different people on a walk, greeting guests coming in the door, going to "place" and more.